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Pain during ejaculation (jelly in my semen)

Last month I have had pain in my lower abdomen (left side) during ejaculation. Subsequently, I also have a thick ejaculate, which is slightly colored in yellow (not pure white) and is in it something like gelatin (yelly). For a while after sex, it still hurts in my lower abdomen, but then it stops and it doesn't hurt at all. I have no problems with urination. I just felt less appetite for sex, but I associate it with the pain only .. I was already at the urologist, examined me ultrasound of the kidneys, bladder prostate, also checked the testes and everything is okay. Thank you for your response. PS: I am young, 26yo. athlete and so far I had no health problems.
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Did the urologist do any urine testing? Any STD testing?

It sounds as if it could be prostatitis. What did the doctor think it is?

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320470#symptoms

https://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/chronic-nonbacterial-prostatitis-chronic-pelvic-pain-syndrome

https://www.columbiaurology.org/adult-urology/urinary-disorders/male-urinary-disorders/prostatitis

One thing that others say helps sometimes is to eliminate caffeine. It doesn't help everyone, but it can help.

We also have 2 others who have posted very similar stories today, and a few others recently. If you go back to the main forum, maybe you all can help each other get through this.

https://www.medhelp.org/forums/Mens-Health/show/93
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I had urine testing and also blood tests? everything at normal... Thank you for response.
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Have you had a prostate exam?

Did they test your hormones? You mention a lower sex drive, but associate that with pain - maybe it's not that? Maybe it's a lowered testosterone level?

These are all guesses.

What is your doctor saying about all of it?
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